Pre-order Slender, jump into the beta

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By on February 12, 2013 at 5:31 pm

Indie developer Blue Isle Studio is now accepting pre-orders for its forthcoming survival horror release Slender: The Arrival. A range of price points are available, from the five dollar entry pack all the way up to the $60 producer’s edition (which will see your name emblazoned in the credits). Pre-orders for all versions of the game grant immediate access to the currently running beta test.

Based on the popular urban myth, Slender: The Arrival is a follow up to last year’s cult success Slender: The Eight Pages. Its developers claim that the new version is considerably more ambitious than its predecessor. The game will, for instance, boast a tangible plot rather than simply a series of collectables.

Slender: The Arrival is scheduled for release on Tuesday 26th March.

Source: Game Informer

6 comments (Leave your own)

Haha awesome. The 8 pages scared the crap out of me. I hope Michael and Gavin do a rage quit on this haha.

 

:)…

 

Purchased.
Why, why do I do this to myself?!

 

I’ve heard about Slenderman but never looked into it until now. Just played the 8 pages. Was pretty freaky! Tempted to pre-order because I love Penumbra/Amnesia style horror.

 

I really hope the full game does something different as well, if its just the same thing collecting pages whilst avoiding the Slenderman then its just a cash in.

 

[Based on the popular urban myth]

Which popular urban myth? (I assume you mean slender man but you don’t mention this).

 
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